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    November 22, 2012
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it's what happens when you go further." >> joe: the guys that sit in the front of the truck on thanksgiving. officer pat will present the galloping gobbler at the end of the game, a game that's taken a long time but a lot of fun. ten-point game, second and 21. blitz coming.
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cowboys pick it up and the pass caught by witten. that's out across the 42, a gain of 13. keenan robinson on the tackle. cowboys aren't finished yet but it is going to take a lot. trail 28-3 at the half. they closed it down to a seven-point game but a big field goal by kai forbath made it a ten-point game. on third down and eight, pass is caught. that's a first down. and the pass caught by witten, of course. ten yards, a first down for a guy that's on pace to have more catches as a tight end, more than any other tight end in a single season in the history of the league. >> troy: redskins are doing a lot of different looks in this situation on this drive. >> joe: romo gets bryant underneath. he's got to get out of bounds. and he does. at the 44. a gain of three.
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>> troy: redskins will obviously want to keep dez bryant or anyone else inbounds but they'll give up that underneath stuff. like i said, they've been crowding the line, then bailing out. got to be real careful when you do that. they're trying to get as deep as they can at the snap or just before the snap so that they don't give up any seams. but they're trying to disguise some coverages which you don't generally see. >> joe: romo is seven yards away through the air for his career high. he's thrown two picks. trails by ten. romo going for it all. got bryant down there -- williams came in and leveled his shoulder into the chest of dez bryant and may have saved a touchdo touchdown. >> troy: looked like
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he had a chance for it right there. he got his hands on it. looked like he had it. just at the last minute as he's coming down. you see right here. in the middle of the field, that's williams. he gets to the left. you got to stay true to the middle of the field and get depth. the redskins are fortunate because that's a ball that we've seen dez bryant catch many times. williams knocked it out. now third down and seven. underneath, pass caught, first down. clock will wind. cowboys have a time-out left. lance dunbar, good for 11. they're going to hold on to the time-out. and clock it with 36 seconds remaining. so romo now with a 441-yard day and he has set his personal record for most in a game and for the cowboys -- and really in general in the nfl.
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troy aikman is still on top with his 455-yard day on thanksgiving in '98. >> troy: well, unless he pulls off something miraculous here in this game, all three of those guys lost those games on thanksgiving. >> joe: second and ten. romo steps up and just dumps it off to dunbar who can't make the catch. that might be a good thing for dallas, romo's got to take shots into the end zone. >> troy: you got to start forcing the ball and he could have. you just can't -- there's just no time to be dumping it underneath. he maybe gets out of bound but they've got to force something down the field. dez bryant to me would be that guy. even if they roll a safety, which they will, he's got the ability to go up and get physical and make a play. >> joe: third down and ten. 31 second left. and a time-out.
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better snap this time for romo. doing all he can, he's got to get it into the end zone. and it throws it away. now fourth down with only 23 seconds left. pressure by jarvis jenki jenkins, the second year pro out of clemson. he does not have a sack this season. >> troy: they're going to bring in the field goal team to see if they can at least -- fourth and ten, chances of converting that aren't real good. they'll kick the field goal here. they were trying to get something quick to make this a more makable field goal but at least give themselves a chance assuming he makes it here, to go with an onside kick, then get one more opportunity. >> joe: 51-yard try by bailey which would match his career high. the kick with a flag down is good.
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it's an offside against the redskins. so the points will stand. and now we'll have an extra chance for dallas with an onside kick try and what will be a one-score game. >> referee: offsides. number 96 defense. penalty is declined. field goal is good. >> troy: barry cofield. only 18 seconds left with one time-out and maybe a glimmer of hope. >> troy: well, on the third down play, they flushed tony romo. dez bryant who i thought would be the guy who would go down the field, he ran a shallow crossing route. so the idea is try to pick up the first down, get something quick if you fail but at least you get some yards to add to that field goal. it doesn't matter. bailey makes the field goal. now with 18 second left, an onside kick to come. >> joe: robert griffin iii has a quarterback rating of 146.1. eight touchdowns, one interception over his last two games against
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the nfc east. he's about to up his record barring the miraculous to 2-1 against the nfc east. and he will have ten touchdowns against these division opponents compared to only two interceptions and a quarterback rating of over 140. this division is going to be bothered by rg3 for who knows how long. >> troy: it may be this year as ell. >> joe: here's the onside kick try. it is returned by deangelo hall. he's going to slide down at the 1 as deangelo hall on the return is going to end this game. >> troy: why would he not just score? >> joe: i don't know. >> troy: i don't know what that was all about. but anyway -- >> anyway the game is basically over and deangelo hall just slid right through there, had an easy go to the end zone. and the defensive back
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slides to the ground. so it's a seven-point game. cowboys have one snap, one time-out rather. and we may have one more snap or we'll see if the cowboys want to bother using that time-out. >> troy: we'll see whether or not the cowboys learned anything from tampa bay. if they're just going to say, okay, game over and accept it or if they're going to come off the ball. >> joe: it looks like it is thanksgiving. yep. and that is going to do it on thanksgiving as both teams will leave here with records of 5-6. in the nfc east, it is wide open with the giants playing on sunday night at home against the green bay packers. and then the redskins get a bit of a break and they will host the giants next weekend. lowe's post-game show is coming up.
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lowe's post-game show on fox. final score on this thanksgiving from arlington, texas, seven-point win for the redskins who led by 25 at the half. it's time for today's ram guts and glory performer. who else? rg3. the electrifying rookie. four touchdowns, one pick, 20 of 28, 311 yards. this kid who started baylor and waco, texas, returns to texas. second time he has played in this stadium but it is the first time he leaves having won the galloping gobbler award. it is a "live x-factor" coming up. officer pack award rg the galloping glogallop ing globler to rg3. good-bye from texas. >> curt: here's today's chevy silverado player of the day. it came from the motor city,
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complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00
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p.m. >> feeding the hungry and homeless. they are seeing more people in need of help. good evening on this thanksgiving day. i am heather holmes. >> and i am frank somerville. people who feed the homeless say the need has gone up since last year. ktvu's ken pritchett tells us how a staggering number of the people live on less than $100 a month. ken? >> reporter: right now we are outside of saint anthonys. sidewalks are clear right now. the number of meals served today is staggering, as you said, as is the outpouring of volunteers who helped. >> reporter: she has been a volunteer for more than a decade. . >> it is sad because in recent years you see there is a greater need. >> reporter: a greater need and
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this year as a temporary dining room is used as they build a new one. >> it is tight for everybody but we are dealing with it. >> reporter: they say in its 63 year it will serve 4,000 meals on this thanksgiving day. >> 1-3 live on $100 or less a month. 5 years ago it was 1-10. >> reporter: over at glide memorial church, a similar story, thanksgiving is a tradition. she is a volunteer of more than 20 years. >> if we can serve someone and make them happy, put a smile on their face. >> reporter: he founded glide memorial church 50 years ago. he says one thing never changes, the need for help. >> that is why the volunteers are so important. just don't come on thanksgiving and christmas, but come during
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the week of every year. >> reporter: the thanksgiving meal served today here was special but in another sense it was just another meal because the lines will be forming here again tomorrow. as they do, every day of the year. in san francisco, ken pritchett, ktvu channel 2 news. the salvation army lent a helping hand today. here is a look inside the salvation army kitchen in san francisco this morning. they delivered the food to the doorsf people shut in -- doors of people shut in. >> reporter: what does it take to prepare 5,000 meals? >> lot of love and a lot of hard work. we have been cooking around the clock. >> the salvation army expected to feed 5,000 people today. delivery started at 8:00 a.m. today. retailers are hoping you are in the mood to shop. more and more stores are no
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longer waiting till tomorrow to offer the black friday deals but tonight. ktvu's jade hernandez is live to show us the long lines are already forming. jade? >> reporter: best buy is pepaired. -- prepared. they have map wheres the sale items are located and barricades up and the shoppers who are in line. for the first time in years he had the day off today. did he spend it with his wife? no. he has been in line since yesterday. >> i am crazy. >> reporter: they want the same thing but they disagree on whether they will do this again next year. >> reporter: is it worth giving up thanksgiving dinner? >> probably not. >> definitely worth it. this is the best deal you can find. >> reporter: according to these men, it is $100 cheaper than
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best buy. there are other reasons to camp out. >> 14-inch, like, lcd for $187. >> reporter: they don't mind waiting because they heard it is longer in other cities around the bay. >> i am just like, i am committed but not that committed. >> reporter: another store jumping on the ban wagon, michaels, it opened an hour ago and will close at 11:00 p.m. jade hernandez, ktvu channel 2 news. >> shoppers in the south bay are camping out at electronic stores. they are waiting for the doors to open at midnight so they can get in on the bargains. new forecast is predicting
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online sales will hit the $2 billion mark on cyber monday. it is predicting 18% growth compared to last year with 21% of the sales activity coming from mobile devices. they are expecting a 12% increase in black friday retail sales. >> president obama sent the nation a thanksgiving message today. >> on behalf of the obama family, i want to wish everyone a very happy thanksgiving. >> for us -- >> the president said thanksgiving is a time to remember we are all americans. to think about our troops over seas and do what we can to help those less fortunate. soldiers in afghanistan celebrated with a thanksgiving meal and a game of rugby.
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spending thanksgiving away from their families. for many this will be the last thanksgiving they are deployed in that country. >> this is the first thanksgiving game we have done. we are excited about it. we have a lot of participation from folks that normally don't play. >> almost all troops are scheduled to withdrawal by the end of 2014. over night fire in san jose damaged a beauty shop. it broke out about 4:00 a.m. this morning. firefighters think the fire is suspicious in part because they smelled gas at the scene. but that is not the only reason. >> we had a fire in september. not sure on the cause of that fire. >> there were no reports of any injuries in this latest fire. residents in oakland awoke
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to find their cars had been broken into. the windows were splashed up and down the street. some of the glass littering the streets here. police received 5 reports but can't say if anything was taken. >> one person who lived his entire life in oakland says the violence is the worse heench seen following -- he has ever seen following a shoot out. ktvu's sal castaneda shows us where it happened. sal? >> reporter: this stretch of 580 here is where the shooting started. last night at 830 p.m. and police and chp are looking for those shooters. >> reporter: when officers arrived they found two abandon crashed cars riddled with bullets. the chp says last night about 8:30 p.m. two cars entered interstate 580
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at edwards and began exchanging gunfire. >> there were no innocent by standards that were hit -- bistandards that were hit. >> reporter: all lanes were closed for 3 hours. police detailed a 16-year-old boy. they say he was hurt as a result of the crash. investigators say no one turned up at an emergency wound with injuries. >> we have good witnesses that called in. we will follow up on that to try to determine what they saw and put this together. >> reporter: many say they heard what happened. >> sounded like automatic gunfire. it sounded like it was moving from my left to my right. this direction, moving in this direction. >> holiday times. oakland has a bad rap. you know, i stay in this area so it has been a lot of shootings over here in this dead area over here. >> i can't believe it.
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i lived in oakland all my life. this is the worst i have seen it. we are trying to find answers for it. i don't know if it is the schools, parents, lack of jobs. >> reporter: chp says the cars involved were not reported stolen. they need your help. if you saw anything call them and do so anonymously. live, sal castaneda, ktvu channel 2 news. a san diego inmate serving 25 years to life will be the first to be released under the 3 strikes law. he will be a free man in a few days. he was a drug attic with a record of non-violent crimes. proposition 36 changed the law requiring the third strike to be a violent or serious felony.
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>> cracking down on people who drink and drive this weekend. 362 drivers have been arrested for driving under the influence. that is down from last year. here in the bay area, the chp made 50dui arrests. these numbers represent the first night of the maximum enforcement period that runs through sunday. taking the plunge. find out why they spent their thanksgiving in the pool. >> changes over night, coming up, we clear out dense fog and the temperature change you can expect for friday and the weekend. [ laughter ] [ girl ] wow, you guys have it easy.
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i wish i had u-verse when i was your age. in my day, we didn't have these fancy wireless receivers. blah blah blah. if i had a sleepover, i couldn't just move the tv into the playroom. no. we had to watch movies in the den because that's where the tv outlet was. and if dad was snoring on the couch, we muscled through it. is she for real? your generation has it made. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver only from at&t u-verse. get a free wireless receiver with a qualifying u-verse plan. rethink possible.
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. swimmers were up early to try to raise money for a good cause. >> they were taking part in the
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11th annual turkey swim. it benefits the scholarship fund founded in memory of a lifeguard. a drunk driver hit and killed her on her 19th 19th birthday. she was a great -- >> she was a great kid. our weather now, earlier this week it was pouring rain and today, wow! >> yeah. timing just right for thanksgiving with lots of clear skies. high clouds moving into the bay area and as we approach the evening temperatures dropping across the region. right now the wider view, high clouds moving in to northern california. we have lots of upper 50s and 60s. right now it is 60 degrees in
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hayward. san francisco downtown checking in 57 degrees. our main concern will be fog. we have the recent rainfall and left over moisture on the ground, with temperatures dropping over night, when it matches the due point fog forms. speaking of the cold over night lows. look that numbers, upper 30s towards napa. conquered 40 degrees. partly cloudy skies. san francisco 47. san jose 44. the afternoon, a different story. coming up the neighborhoods that approach the 70s and rain returns. >> thank you. still ahead on ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m., the reason mexico's outgoing president wants to change the country's name.
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. the rebels in serious provided video that they say show as hospital bombed. this clinic was one of the last hospitals in the city. a business man owned it and became a refuge for those wounded in the fighting. 40,000 people have died in the fighting. felipe calderon is hoping to make his country less like the united states. it is not a commonly used term
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but mexico is officially called united mexican states because the founders wanted to emulate the united states. felipe calderon said today that he has sent a bill to his congress to change the name to just mexico. he says mexico no longer needs a name that emulates another country. warm thanksgiving weather brings hundreds to the beach. why they are warned to stay away from this stretch of sand. >> a major discovery on mars. the promise nasa is making that this discovery will rewrite the book on mars.
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complete bay area news coverage continues right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at
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5:00 p.m. >> officials say san francisco's ocean beach is off limits because of the rain and a sewage spill that led to concerns about contact. ktvu's david stevenson is live to tell us when the warnings might be listed. david? >> the sewage spill means just that this section of ocean beach is closed off though that didn't stop beachgoers today. >> warm thanksgiving day brought hundreds out to ocean beach. many were greeted by barricades. heavy rain tuesday night and wednesday morning overwhelmed the sewer main here. >> it can be overwhelmed. so the run off was about 10% sewage. the rest was rain water. >> reporter: it flowed to the beach and down on to the sand.
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crews worked to pump out the water. it must dry before it could be taken away. in the mean time this section of beach is closed. >> they are doing quality testing. once the levels come back they will clear the advisory on that section of the beach. >> reporter: many ignored the warnings, taking their pets for a stroll. >> be okay. you know, mother nature has a way of cleaning herself up. >> i don't like it. looks ugly. >> reporter: neighbors called it an eye sore. >> could have done a better job of setting it up and letting us know. i don't think it is that big of a deal. >> reporter: san francisco public utilities commission wants three days of good water quality test results before it will reopen this stretch of the beach. reporting live from san
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francisco's ocean beach, david stevenson, ktvu channel 2 news. nasa scientists are watching a dust storm on mars following a report this week of a discovery by the mars rover curiosity. ktvu's health and science editor john fowler joins us now with why the details are delayed. >> reporter: well, nasa researchers are going to be refining their data for presentation. the rover is about to rewrite the book on mars. >> reporter: after the landing, then sampling the soil and land, scientists promise to make public a historic discovery. >> it was a great teaser. the word earth shaking was used. >> reporter: he is not involved where the mission but points
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out nasa designed curiosity to find organic molecules. the building blocks of life. >> they are going to be -- rewrite the book discoveries if we see what we hope to find. >> reporter: curiosity discovered solid evidence water once flowed where it landed. liquid water may exist below the surface. could curiosity have discovered life itself? >> the only life it could detect is something that walked in front of the camera. >> reporter: that would indeed would be amazing. but curiosity doesn't have the equipment to confirm the presence of life. but we could expect details at a san francisco conference two weeks from now. health and science editor john fowler ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. a massive 100 car pile up
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brew the coffee you love -- stronger, bigger, or hotter -- with the keurig vue. some people put everything intotheir name on the door, and their heart into their community. small business saturday is a day to show our support. a day to shop at stores owned by our friends and neighbors. and do our part for the businesses that do so much for us.
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on november 24th, let's get out and shop small. a massive pile up in texas involving more than 100 vehicles. at least two people were killed. it happened on a foggy highway, 80 miles east of houston. 51 people were taken to the
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hospital, including 8 who were critically injured. investigators are looking into how it started. they say the fog was so thick at first deputies didn't even realize they were dealing with multiple accidents. few hours away from more employees walking out at walmart stores. yesterday a group gathered to protest low wages and unfair working conditions. tonight at 8:00 p.m. workers there plan to walk off the job ahead of one of the busiest shopping days of the years. they are also planned in richmond, san jose. a spokesman says the company offers competitive wages. while the holiday is focused on food, it is also time to think about what you are thankful for. ktvu's mike mibach is live with the story. mike? >> reporter: as we go from day to night here on this thanksgiving day we share the
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sounds of those grateful for today and every day they have before them. >> reporter: we went on a journey today. >> thankful for life. [ music playing ] >> reporter: and we listen closely to folks. >> thankful for great friends and family. >> reporter: and to those waiting along the rail. boyfriends, girlfriends, fathers and sons. >> thankful for my family. >> reporter: on this thanksgiving day we also watch football and we listen to those cheering in the stands. >> nice to be in the unity of good people today. >> reporter: and on this day of thanks there are challenges people face, caring for a loved one, putting food on the table or finding a job, with the challenge there are often accomplishes. sometimes they are big, sometimes they are small. like getting from here up to there. and when you do you realize
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even some of the smallish accomplishes are the ones to be thankful for. >> beautiful city. ocean. lucky. >> reporter: they are grateful to climb high. >> i graduated from nursing  school. >> reporter: there were those thankful for what they accomplished in the classroom. >> degree in english. >> then the parents. >> my daughter was diagnosed with neurological disease. but this year she is still here, 17 years old, 4.0 student in high school. i am so proud. >> reporter: a good mom whose daughter looks up to her on this thanksgiving day. live, mike mibach, ktvu channel 2 news. the coat drive that ktvu is
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a part of begins tomorrow. drop off coats at 4 locations, san francisco's ferry building, broadway plaza, bay street and san jose. familiar faces from ktvu will be on site. we will kickoff on mornings on 2 tomorrow. let's check in with mark to find out about tomorrow's weather. sunny in san francisco. >> yeah. that's right. we are lucking out with the forecast. get ready for tomorrow. a few low 70s across parts of the bay area. right now, no storms to talk about. just a few high clouds in northern california. lots of upper 50s. readings in the lower 60s. mid-30s over night to start out your friday morning.
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lots of 60s for antioch. san jose 65. downtown san francisco 63 degrees. tonight fair skies. tomorrow patchy morning fog and more sunshine. the weekend, we hold on to the dry forecast, but temperatures come down a little bit. storm track to the north, rain showers not a part of our forecast but this will be a concern tomorrow morning, the fog, in the inland valleys. be careful towards the central valley, could be down to under a quarter of a mile visibility. first thing friday morning. as high pressure returns, strengthens a little bit. temperatures tomorrow about the same as today. could be a touch warmer. forb cast model show -- forecast model showing you this, high clouds tomorrow morning. into had afternoon, high clouds out there. most of the significant clouds way up to the north.
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temperatures tomorrow, friday, lots of 60s out there. after a cool start, a nice recovery. a few low 70s. morgan hill and gilroy. here is a look ahead, your five- day forecast with your bay area weekend in view. temperatures cool off slightly for saturday and sunday. we will thicken up the clouds by tuesday and wednesday and thursday we could be introducing rain chances. that is still way out there. but it is nice tomorrow and beautiful this weekend. coming up at 6:00 p.m., we will look at the tahoe forecast. >> thank you. still to come, hear about one man's big idea for miniature golf. into their work,
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their name on the door, and their heart into their community. small business saturday is a day to show our support. a day to shop at stores owned by our friends and neighbors. and do our part for the businesses that do so much for us. on november 24th, let's get out and shop small.
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a man who dreamt about setting up a business decided why wait? ktvu's consumer editor tom vacar talks with the resident. >> reporter: his customers like to putter around. literally. miniature golf here is just three months old with its hand built bay area land mark holes originally designed on paper for an art show. >> there wasn't any miniature
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golf in the area and went from there into let's see what we can do. >> the mystery house. the mystery being, where is the ball going to come out. plus the golden gate bridge. the ferry bridge. park street bridge, maze, port of oakland. and all weather proof. >> last we could we had our busiest day ever. >> reporter: works fine for the high tech kids of today. >> takes me back to my youth. i used to go to a place like this in wisconsin. >> great. great for the city. great for kids and everything. really good. and it is a good family place. >> reporter: it has now created 5 full time jobs.
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>> more people are choosing to do what they love. >> reporter: it is a work in progress, including colorizing the murals. consumer editor tom vacar, ktvu channel 2 news. burglars could be using a newspaper subscription to know when you are out of town, putting delivery on hold is the wrong move. >> and the final count down to the deals, we will go back outside to the lines of people waiting waiting to get black friday shopping a little early.
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complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 6:00 p.m. good evening. happy thanksgiving. i am healther h. >> i am -- heather holmes. >> i am frank somerville. mese mese say put -- police say putting a hold on newspapers newspapers is not a good idea. ktvu's eric rasmussen has more. >> the reason for stopping delivery of the newspaper when you are out of town is to keep